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...named after Juneau's Bishop Michael Kenny. Free to everyone. For more information, see the Aug 19 issue of the Capital City Weekly. Details: reception with Jane Chu, chairman of the National Endowment for...
Art History: Sybil Davis and Ken DeRoux

...Humanities Council, Juneau Dance Theatre, and Juneau Lyric Opera, just to name a few. In this recurring feature of the Capital City Weekly, we will take a closer look at the factors that contributed to this surge of activity, through conversations...
August First Friday photos

...capella group, at Kindred Post. For a list of the many talented artists whose work was on display, check out the Capital City Weekly's Aug. 5 issue. Photos by Mary Catharine Martin.
Kindred Post to host Tiny Post Office Concert

Kindred Post, a neighborhood post office, gift shop, and community gathering space, will host a Tiny Post Office Concert on Saturday, Aug. 22, with local musicians Liz Snyder and If The Ocean.
On Writing: Writing at Lemon Creek

Condemned to Hope's delusive mine As on we toil from day to day, By sudden blast or slow decline Our social comforts drop away. -Samuel Johnson, "On the Death of Dr.
Putting up fish part III: Fishing options

...any other way. It is cost effective and guaranteed to fill your freezer. We'll talk about that next week in the Capital City Weekly. -- "Adapted from One Square Meter of Earth" By Dick Callahan
A look at one Hoonah veteran's Vietnam experience

...of whom served on the ground in Vietnam and 16 of whom made it back alive.Here is the story of one with whom the Capital City Weekly has been in touch: George Bennett Sr.Bennett, who served in the Army's 25th infantry division, was interviewed...
Review: 'Hunting in Wartime'

...Alaska Native vets, but other vets in the state of Alaska - there should be more stories of the veterans."Read the Capital City Weekly's first story about "Hunting in Wartime" here:
Ferry sailings take budget hit

...Kake have already been impacted by a sporadic sailing schedule this year, according to a report this week by the Capital City Weekly's Mary Catharine Martin. Tenakee hadn't seen a ferry for five weeks until mid-June."It's a hard thing...
Southeast towns help Rasmuson Foundation celebrate its 60th anniversary in the first half of April, he said. He's been working on it every day since then. When he spoke with the Capital City Weekly, he was in the middle of painting it. Just the raven, Jenny, and Elmer remained, as well as the copper additions...


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